Being a barefoot runner can be seen as an un-normal way of doing things, but what if you are barefoot runner and a raw food enthusiast at the same time.
Perhaps that means you are away out left barefoot hippie, but what if a trained journalists with a penchant for getting to the facts and figures hails this way of life and lives it would that give it any more credibility.it’s
A Barefoot runner is seen to be an oddity amongst a sea of motion controlled expensive footwear. The reality is that we were born to run and to run without the technology to stop us from “injuring” ourselves. The need for shoes in a work place environment has obviously to be taken into consideration, but the need to strap our feet into the latest footwear from the Nike sweatshop factory to be able to go out for a run is very far from the truth.
I have used an interview with a pioneer of the barefoot lifestyle Barefoot ted from the
I spoke with Peter Korsos about how he used the Pose running method to help his daughter walk and eventually run.
I thought it was a fitting topic to start off this podcast as it fits in with the message I like to carry, and that is one of what ever is your problem, you do not give up on working toward a solution.
Learning to look outside the box is a trait to be cultivated, the road less traveled can be a daunting journey but for those who travel it, great things can happen.
The audio is not pristine with Peters voice has a mic popping noise but I hope you can listen to the great story and wonderful dedication to getting a solution that is behind the interview.
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